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  • Index gains 206 points on late buying

    The index thus bounced back to close with a gain of 206 points or 0...

    Hammad Aman of Topline Securities said the international crude oil price surpassed $50 per barrel, resulting in oil stocks like Pakistan Oilfields and Pakistan Petroleum gaining between 1...

  • Naat recitation to start NA session

    ISLAMABAD: Starting on Wednesday, the National Assembly will open its daily session with a Naat recitation...

    While presenting the motion, Mr Safdar stated that love for Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was a part of every Muslim’s faith and mandatory recitation of Naat would add to the respect of the house...

  • MQM wants to make reciting of ‘Naat’ in NA mandatory

    ISLAMABAD: The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) members of the National Assembly on Tuesday sought to make reciting of ‘Naat’ mandatory in the house...

    Proposing amendment to rule numbers 48, 69 and 112 of the Rules and Procedure and Conduct of the National Assembly, MQM MNA Sheikh Salahuddin said reciting of Naat followed by recitation of the Holy Quran on daily basis should be made part of the rules...

  • Naat contest

    KARACHI: The 30th Bain-ul-Madaris Naat Competition-2015 is being organised in a hotel here on June 27...

    The competition will be hosted by the Pakistan Crescent Youth Organisation...

  • Nokia 3310 launches in Pakistan this week

    Pakistanis will take a stroll down memory lane with the launch of the much-loved Nokia 3310 on Friday...

    The Nokia 3310 is priced at 49 Euros in Europe and local users can expect its price in Pakistan to be around the same amount, at approximately Rs5,700...

  • All-new Nokia 3310 launched in Pakistan

    The much-awaited Nokia 3310 has finally been launched in Pakistan, HMD Global stated in a press release on Friday...

    The original Nokia 3310, considered legendary for its hardiness, was a rugged handset with a battery life lasting weeks...

  • New Nokia phones to launch in Pakistan by end-June

    KARACHI: HMD Global, the company that owns the rights to use Nokia’s brand on mobile phones, will launch its new phones in Pakistan within the next three months, Per Ekman, its vice-president for the Middle East and North Africa region, announced on Tuesday...

    “Pakistan is a key market for us,” Mr Ekman said, adding that the new sets — three smartphones (Nokia 6, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3) and the new version of the iconic 3310 — will offer...

  • Nokia's Digitalisation Scorecard: helping countries develop better frameworks

    Finnish communications and information technology giant Nokia has authored the 'Digitalisation Scorecard' under the patronage of the Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development, which seeks to help countries adopt pro-digitalising policies into their framework...

    Commenting on the purpose of the report, Nokia's president and chief executive officer (CEO) Rajeev Suri noted, "It is an effort focused on helping governments assess...

  • The Nokia 3310: A stroll down memory lane

    Nokia had been leading the global mobile phone market for a little more than a decade...

    The Nokia 3210 from 1999 — which remains the fourth-highest selling mobile phone of all time — had been followed by the 3310, a phone which amassed sales figures of over 126 million...

  • Nokia to make mobile, tablets comeback

    HELSINKI: Nokia, once the world’s top mobile phone maker, on Wednesday announced its return to the fiercely competitive handsets and tablets market years after being crushed there by Samsung and Apple...

    Nokia, which is now a leading telecom equipment maker, said it would license its brand to a new Finnish company which will produce phones and tablets under the Nokia name...

  • Nokia moves to finalise acquisition

    HELSINKI: Finnish telecom equipment giant Nokia announced on Thursday a plan to complete the acquisition of its former rival, French-American Alcatel-Lucent during the third quarter...

    Nokia is settling the ownership issue “through privately negotiated transactions”...

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